Board of Governors
I. Call to Order
The Meeting was called to order by Chairman Michael Perry. Mr. Perry introduced Mr. William Smith as a new board member. Judge Dan O’Hanlon administered the oath of office.
II. Approval of Minutes
Mr. White moved to approve the board minutes of March 10, 2004, and April 12, 2004. Second by Mrs. King. Motion carried.
III. Announcements and Information Items
A list of upcoming events was distributed to board members.
IV. President’s Report
Dr. Angel discussed Marshall’s recent commencement exercises and briefed members on tuition and fee levels in West Virginia and surrounding regions. Dr. Angel discussed higher education research, and recent data indicating the critical role that medical schools play in attracting and conducting research.
Dr. Angel announced that Governor Bob Wise recently appointed Mr. John G. Hess to Marshall’s Board of Governors, replacing Dr. Steve Haid.
V. Information Briefing by Marshall Classified Staff
Mr. Mike Dunn, Chair of the Classified Staff Council and Ms. Stephanie Neal, ACCE Representative, briefed board members regarding the history, membership, goals and objectives of their respective organizations.
VI. Community College President’s Report
Dr. Vicki Riley reported on Marshall Community and Technical College commencement exercises, CTC faculty achievements, presented an update on CTC accreditation; and discussed changes mandated by Senate Bill 448 with regard to CTC structure and governance.
VII. MU School of Medicine Overview
Dr. Charles McKown distributed a comprehensive notebook containing information on Marshall’s School of Medicine, including the history and formation of the SOM, its operation and mission, and services provided.
The following physicians attended the Board Meeting and assisted in the presentation: Dr. Robert Walker, Dr. Mark Studeny, Dr. Kevin Yingling, Dr. Robert Nerhood, Dr. Joseph Werthammer, Dr. John Walden, Dr. Dan Cowell, Dr. David Denning, Dr. Gretchen Oley, and from Basic Science faculty, Dr. Rudy Wang.
VIII. Committee of the Whole
IX. Report of Committee Chairs
1) Finance Committee
a) SB 448 and impact on Marshall’s CTC business functions and financial reporting. Presented as information item.
b) Statement No. 39 of GASB
On behalf of the Finance Committee Mrs. King moved that the Board request the MU Foundation consider amending its Charter and By-Laws, recognizing the separation required by SB 448 of Marshall’s CTC from Marshall University. Second by Mr. Ketchum. Motion carried.
c) FY 2005 non-instructional employee salary increases
Mr. Karlet presented as information item. Dr. Sottile commented that this policy should bereviewed by all non-classified employees at Marshall.
2) Academic Affairs Committee
b) Approval of Intent to Plan for New Degree Program in the College of Nursing and Health Professions, the B.S. in Radiological Technology.
c) Approval of deletion of two majors in the College of Science: Botany and Zoology.
Mr. Farrell moved that the Board approve the deletion of these majors, as contained in the agenda. Second by Mr. Adkins. Motion carried.
d) Approval of New Majors in College of Science:
e) Approval of a Transition Compensation System for FY 2004-05 only that meets HEPC guidelines regarding merit.
f) Approval of the Compensation Policy for Faculty that meets HEPC Guidelines regarding Merit.
g) 2003-04 Program Review Recommendations
3) Community & Technical College Committee
a) Approval of Marshall Community & Technical College Program Review Recommendation.
4) Medical School Committee
5) Athletic Committee
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